March 18, 2019

Women with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer, certain genetic mutations, or multiple previous breast biopsies are at high-risk for developing breast cancer. 

Saint Luke's High-Risk Breast Clinic allows these women and any others with a high risk of developing cancer to be monitored closely with thorough clinical breast exams and imaging interpreted by fellowship-trained breast radiologists. 

Dr. Ruby Meierotto, Saint Luke's East Hospital's Lead Interpreting Breast Radiologist, shared some suggestions and tips for reducing the risk of breast cancer on Better Kansas City.

Watch the full interview below.

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